October 18, 2011

Can Smart Apps Save the Smart Grid?

William Pentland, Forbes


Smart Grid

The other day a friend of mine asked me what he could do with the “smart meter” the electric company had just installed in his house? . .

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TAGGED: Energy innovation, electricity, smart grid, technology, Forbes

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